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      Woodburn gets 17-35 years for ramming deputy's car

      Andrew Woodburn was found guilty in January of assault with intent to murder and felony possession of a firearm.

      The man who was convicted of ramming a Cheboygan County deputy's car with his truck has been sentenced to 17-35 years behind bars.

      Andrew Woodburn was found guilty in January of assault with intent to murder and felony possession of a firearm.

      He was arrested after he rammed his Ford F-150, in which he allegedly had a machete and other knives, into a Cheboygan County deputy's patrol car, pushing it into traffic and injuring the deputy and two teenagers in a passing car.

      Woodburn then confronted the deputy and demanded to be killed. His parents told police he had earlier told his parents that he wanted to "die by police."

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